Web Wisdom - 5 Infographics for Students to Explore
December 18, 2019
In the digital age there are millions of ways that you can learn something new, so put down that dusty old book and wig out on some infographics or stream some educational videos into your brain!
_Explore is a discovery engine for meaningful knowledge, fueled by cross-disciplinary curiosity. A Brain Pickings project editing by Maria Popova in partnership with Noodle._
Long gone are the days when you needed to whip out a dusty old book to learn. In the digital age, there many ways you can learn something new and have fun in the process.
Check out these tid-bits of fun learning — from the sleep habits of your favorite writer to America's biggest stresses.
# 1. Famous Writers' Sleep Habits and Literary Productivity
!Famous writers' sleep habits and productivity
You think you have a hard time dragging yourself out of bed? Check out the sleeping habits of some of history’s most famous writers and see how you match up! Now that 9 a.m. class might not seem so bad!
# 2. 10 Rules for Students and Teachers (and Life)
!Rules help you stay focused and happy
Want a recipe for success? Sometimes a few simple rules are all you need to help climb your way to the top. What does it take to do well in college? Work! Work! Work!
# 3. 7 Life Learnings from 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living
Seven life lessons brought to you by Maria Popova. Good advice to take with you to university and beyond. Take some time for some introspection and you won't be disappointed!
# 4. What Do Americans Stress Out About? A Visualization
!Infographic about what people are stressed about the most
They say that moving to a new home is one of the most stressful things a person can experience, but maybe those people haven’t been to college. Check out this data collected by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Harvard School of Public Health that shows what makes Americans say “I just can’t even."
# 5. How NOT To Use a Semicolon, From the Oatmeal
Ever wondered why keyboards give priority to semi-colons over their full-colon cousin? It’s because it is super useful! Sprinkle some semi-colons into your favorite prose and impress your friends!